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Enterprise Linux Today: Turbolinux Releases PowerCockpit

Sep 05, 2001, 08:00 (0 Talkback[s])
"Turbolinux, the only provider of software that automates the configuration and deployment of computing power for any data processing need, today announced Turbolinux PowerCockpit for easy deploying and provisioning of Linux servers. By dramatically reducing the time it takes to deploy or redeploy servers, Turbolinux PowerCockpit makes using Linux simpler, faster, and less expensive.

PowerCockpit enables instant reconfiguration of computing systems, representing a radical shift in the way servers are currently defined and creating enormous ramifications for every segment of the marketplace. For instance, manufacturers can benefit from simplified system configuration through automation and IT managers can reconfigure and redeploy systems as the need arises, recycling computing power on demand. Web servers, for example, can become application servers in 10 minutes or less using just a few simple commands.

"PowerCockpit fundamentally changes the way the industry can view computing power and its management," said Ly-Huong Pham, CEO of Turbolinux. "Computers should be flexible machines able to complete almost any processing job or handle any software. PowerCockpit fulfills that vision. And that has huge implications. Over time, we're talking about a world where machines aren't classified by the software they run, like a Web server or a database server, but rather by the strength of their processing power."

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